Important Update: At this time, our resort hotels are open to overnight guests only. French Lick Casino and our three golf courses are open to the public. Dining venues in hotels are open to hotel guests only, while Hagen's Club House Restaurant is open to the public Friday and Saturday nights by reservation. By state mandate, masks are required at all indoor resort venues. Your health and safety is our #1 priority, and you can click here to learn more about our enhanced safety protocols and other resort amenities. We are always here to answer your questions — feel free to give us a call at (888) 936-9360.
Transportation & Directions
Directions to French Lick Resort
French Lick Resort is less than a half-day's journey from most Midwestern cities. Click the “Driving Directions” button below to see driving directions from major cities.
Resort SUVs will travel to and from local airports on demand. Travel to or from Louisville, Indianapolis or Evansville airports requires seven days’ notice.
Contact the front desk to schedule transportation at the resort, or email an itinerary to:
This map is the perfect tool to help you find your way around the grounds of French Lick Springs Hotel, West Baden Springs Hotel and everything in between. You can find walking directions for the resort grounds and familiarize yourself with the venues and attractions throughout our 3,200 acres.
We offer complimentary shuttle service throughout the resort, making your stay a breeze. Our ADA-accessible shuttle buses run between our hotels every 15 minutes, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Currently, shuttles are running regularly between the hotels and casino, with service also available to the golf courses and stables upon request. At this time, shuttle service is offered to and from resort venues only.
We have several road trolleys, including one that’s a movie star. The 1986 Molly Trolley with the roll-up canvas sides appeared in the 1994 film “Blue Chips” with Nick Nolte and Larry Bird.
For iconic transportation between the hotels, take a ride on the 1930 rail trolley. Ride the rails a distance of just over one mile on “the shortest trolley line in the world.” The rail trolley currently operates from noon-8pm Wednesdays through Sundays, and trolley rides are free.
The French Lick Airport (KFRH) is your jumping-off point for everything as they accommodate private, corporate, charter and small commercial flights. One quick flight opens up countless outlets for adventure, especially coming up in the fall when the weather’s ideal for flying. For more information about flying into French Lick Airport, give airport manager John Shipman a call at (812) 325-0480.